Salt Lake City, Utah: Two-Headed Lamb and Really Old BreadStuffed freak farmyard critter, and a loaf of bread from 1893, among the many exhibits in the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Museum, just across the street from the state capitol.
Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Museum
- 300 N Main St., Salt Lake City, UT
- Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Museum, Main St.
- Closed Su. (Call to verify)
- Free (donations accepted).
Visitor Tips and News About Two-Headed Lamb and Really Old Bread
It's still there at the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Museum! As well as lots of other old stuff. Lots of old stuff. Sweet ladies run it as well.[Emily, 01/25/2010]
The two-headed lamb is still on display in the basement. You won't believe it until you see it. Kinda gross really![Christine, 09/05/2006]
In the "Daughters of the Utah Pioneers" Museum, just across the street from the state capitol building in Salt Lake City is the "famous 2-headed lamb", a tiny lamb born with two heads that apparently only lived a short time, but was such an oddity that it was preserved. It has been there for years and was in the basement last time I saw it.[Carol, 05/25/2002]